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    Example: Customizing Generic Services to Particular Regions (C-Web Interface)

    You can use service scopes to customize a generic audio service called Audio-Bronze on a regional basis. This example assumes that the network is configured so that VR boston serves the Boston subnet and VR chicago serves the Chicago subnet.

    When the network starts operating, the SAE substitutes the parameters you specified in the service scope definition for the corresponding fields in the service subordinate to that scope.

    May want to add line drawing of configuration.

    To customize the new service Audio-Bronze for the Boston and Chicago subnets:

    1. Add the Audio-Bronze service within a service scope called boston, and configure the IP address and mask used by VR boston in the parameter configuration.

      This IP address and mask determine an access point to the service provider’s equipment.

      1. Click Configure, and expand Services.
      2. Click POP-Boston.
      3. From the Create new list, select Service.
      4. In the dialog box, enter Audio-Bronze, and click OK.
      5. In the side pane, expand Audio-Bronze, and click Parameter.

        The Parameter pane appears.

      6. Click the Create button.
      7. In the Service IP Address box, type 10.10.40.33.
      8. In the Service IP Mask box, type 255.255.255.255, and click Apply.
    2. Add another Audio-Bronze service within a service scope called chicago, and specify the IP address and mask used by VR chicago.

      To do this:

      1. Click Services.

        The Services pane appears.

      2. From the Create new list, select Scope.
      3. In the dialog box, enter chicago.
      4. In the side pane, click chicago.
      5. From the Create new list, select Service.
      6. In the dialog box, enter Audio-Bronze, and click OK.
      7. In the side pane, expand Audio-Bronze, and click Parameter.

        The Parameter pane appears.

      8. Click the Create button.
      9. In the Service IP Address box, type 10.10.55.1.
      10. In the Service IP Mask box, type 255.255.255.255, and click Apply.
    3. Assign service scope boston to virtual router boston.

      To do this:

      1. In the side pane, expand Shared, and click Network.

        The Network pane appears.

      2. From the Create new list, select Device.
      3. In the dialog box, type BostonRouter, and click OK.
      4. In the side pane, click BostonRouter.

        The Device: BostonRouter pane appears.

      5. From the Create new list, select Virtual Router.
      6. In the dialog box, type multimedia, and click OK.
      7. In the side pane, click multimedia.

        The Virtual Router: multimedia pane appears.

      8. In the Scope box, type multimedia.
    4. Assign service scope chicago to virtual router chicago.
      1. Expand Shared, and click Network.

        The Network pane appears.

      2. From the Create new list, select Device.
      3. In the dialog box, type ChicagoRouter, and click OK.
      4. In the side pane, click ChicagoRouter.

        The Device:ChicagoRouter pane appears.

      5. From the Create new list, select Virtual Router.
      6. In the dialog box, enter chicago, and click OK.
      7. In the side pane, click chicago.

        The Virtual Router: chicago pane appears.

      8. In the Scope box, select chicago, and click Apply.

     

    Modified: 2016-05-04